A Labrador retriever and a vizsla in the UK have been trained to detect signs of aggressive prostate cancer in urine samples with an accuracy rate of 71%, according to a study in PLOS One. Scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology are studying one of the dogs to develop a robotic device that detects the same scents.
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